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BLASCO, JOY MARIE D.
BEED-ENGLISH II
The Tripoli
Agreement
The agreement called for:
• The establishment of autonomy in Southern
Philippines,”
• Legislative assembly (that) shall be...
Such autonomy would give Muslims
the right to have their own administrative
system and set up their own courts that
implem...
The Tripoli Agreement also gave
Muslims the following:
• The right to be represented in all courts including the Supreme
C...
The Tripoli of Agreement left the
following to the central government:
• Competence in foreign policy
• Concern over natio...
• Competence over mines and mineral
resources had to be mutually agreed upon
between the autonomous Muslim government
and ...
The Tripoli agreement was lacking sufficient
detail, and therefore, the two panels agreed to meet
first in Libya, from Feb...
Enrile said that the Tripoli Agreement violated the
1973 Constitution.
“The territorial and political subdivisions of the
...
Is negotiation the only form of
struggle to achieve a just and lasting
peace?
Or is it merely used as a weapon to
gain tim...
Negotiation can be used to:
• Exploit the weakness of the other party
• Weapon to misrepresent he government as
just and r...
Marcos dispossessed Moros of their remaining land
holdings through his ‘land reform programs.’
*sugar-coated bullets
Tripo...
In a report delivered by Mr. Nur Misuari to
the Eight Conference of the OIC held in Libya,he
claimed, “the Marcos Governme...
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The tripoli agreement

  1. 1. BLASCO, JOY MARIE D. BEED-ENGLISH II The Tripoli Agreement
  2. 2. The agreement called for: • The establishment of autonomy in Southern Philippines,” • Legislative assembly (that) shall be constituted through direct election • Executive council formed through appointments by the legislative assembly.”
  3. 3. Such autonomy would give Muslims the right to have their own administrative system and set up their own courts that implement Shari‟ah laws.
  4. 4. The Tripoli Agreement also gave Muslims the following: • The right to be represented in all courts including the Supreme Court; • The right to set up schools, colleges and universities; • Their own economic and financial system; • Representation and participation in the central government and in all organs of the state; and • The right to organize their own special regional security forces in the South
  5. 5. The Tripoli of Agreement left the following to the central government: • Competence in foreign policy • Concern over national defense affairs • Competence over mines and mineral resources are left to the central government.
  6. 6. • Competence over mines and mineral resources had to be mutually agreed upon between the autonomous Muslim government and the central government. • The agreement also provided other “points left for discussion,” including the integration of MNLF forces in the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). • It also called for a ceasefire to be declared upon the signing of the Tripoli Agreement “but not later” than Jan. 20, 1977.
  7. 7. The Tripoli agreement was lacking sufficient detail, and therefore, the two panels agreed to meet first in Libya, from February 9 to March 3, and then in Manila, from April 21 to 30, 1997 to finalize it. • First meeting (In Libya): the two panels could not agree in the degree of autonomy to be handed to the Moros and the definite role the MNLF had play in it. • Second meeting(In Manila): the talk was reduced to a „grammar class‟.
  8. 8. Enrile said that the Tripoli Agreement violated the 1973 Constitution. “The territorial and political subdivisions of the Philippines are the provinces, cities, municipalities and barrios.” • Regions of the country could not be considered “political subdivisions” • Merely organized for administrative purposes
  9. 9. Is negotiation the only form of struggle to achieve a just and lasting peace? Or is it merely used as a weapon to gain time, accumulate resources, and consolidate power for the next round of battles?
  10. 10. Negotiation can be used to: • Exploit the weakness of the other party • Weapon to misrepresent he government as just and reasonable When the government agreed to sit down with the MNLF to talk, it was resorting to the time tested tactic: when hard-pressed, negotiate.
  11. 11. Marcos dispossessed Moros of their remaining land holdings through his ‘land reform programs.’ *sugar-coated bullets Tripoli Agreement was viewed as another Kiram-Bates Treaty of 1899. -just a scrap of paper -used to calm down for the government to prepare.
  12. 12. In a report delivered by Mr. Nur Misuari to the Eight Conference of the OIC held in Libya,he claimed, “the Marcos Government, through its unilateral and highly reprehensible acts, has succeeded in abrogating the Tripoli Agreement as well as the Khadaffy-Marcos understanding of March 1977.

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